As AnDevCon San Francisco gets underway this week, Adam D.H. Grant was interviewed by Rob Marvin of Software Development Times regarding changes in mobile app privacy laws that affect app developers everywhere. Adam shares some insights into the coming changes and how these developments will impact the mobile app industry.
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On the heels of California’s State Attorney General joining the mobile app market with her own app, California continues to lead
the nation by rolling out three new pieces of legislation in September 2013. The new laws place additional responsibilities on
operators of websites, mobile applications and other online services which collect personal identifiable information about California residents.
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The Valley Traffic Advisory Council (“VTAC”) and the Valley Traffic Division of the Los Angeles Police Department held its 12th Annual Still Saving Lives Golf Classic on October 24th, 2013. The annual event, which raises funds to help provide the Valley Traffic Division with much needed supplies and materials for traffic safety and education in schools and communities throughout the [...]
Southwestern University Alumnus, Adam D.H. Grant featured on university Facebook page and Southwestern Reporter as he is installed as the 2013-2014 SFVBA President.
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The California Attorney General’s Office has launched a new mobile app called “JusticeMobile app”. Adam D.H. Grant discusses the advent of this new app and what, if anything, this means for mobile app developers.
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On September 28, the San Fernando Valley Bar Association welcomes new President Adam D.H. Grant. Grant’s painstaking training for Ironman triathlons crosses over into his law practice and Bar service in the form of leadership, fairness and goal-driven work ethic.
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Several cities throughout the State of California (and, for that matter, throughout the country) have either implemented or are toying with the idea of utilizing eminent domain to force lenders to sell underwater loans at steep discounts. As several recent articles in the Los Angeles Times and the Daily Journal reflect, the California cities of El Monte, Ontario and Fontana are considering such a move.
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Adam D.H. Grant has been invited to present at the CalCPA San Fernando Valley Group meeting in October. Adam has made many well received presentations to other CalCPA groups in the past, and will be continuing his series on “Embezzlement – How to Respond When You Discover Theft in Your Company”.
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Adam D.H. Grant discusses the new National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) Short Form Notice Code of Conduct in an article published in the September issue of App Developer Magazine.
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In an article for Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute (SPOSFI) News, Lee Kanon Alpert discusses ways of how small property owners may limit their liability in case of an earthquake.
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Adam D.H. Grant was invited to speak at this year’s Phoenix Mobile Festival held last Saturday, August 24th. Adam presented “Mobile Privacy: How Federal and California Laws Impact Developers”, which was well received and highly rated by the festival attendees.
The Phoenix Mobile Festival is a conference for Mobile Enthusiasts, Developers, Designers and Entrepreneurs whose goal is to bring these professionals together to share the current state of mobile apps and their vision for the future direction of mobility.
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